Sherlock Holmes in The Case of the Split Ticket
Part of the 1954 TV series. An Irishman partners with two other persons to purchase a lottery ticket, but then is unable to collect his winnings.
Run time 26:37Producer Sheldon ReynoldsAudio/Visual sound, b/wLanguage English
Producer: Sheldon Reynolds
Associate Producer: Nicole Milonaire
Director: Steve Previn
Original Screenplay: Lou Morheim
Director of Photography: Raymond Clunie
Production Manager: Sacha Kamenka
Film Editor: George Gale, A.C.E.
Music: Paul Durand
Set Designer: Raymond Druart
Sound Equipment: Poste Parisien
Engineer: Tony Leenhardt
Sherlock Holmes: Ronald Howard
Dr. John Watson: H. Marion Crawford
Brian O'Casey: Harris Towb
Belle Rogers: Margaret Russell
Albert Snow: Colin Drake
June 6, 2011
Just want to thank whoever's uploading this cracking series, also aggree with reviewer "Dymajet" in my view this series is well on a par wiht the Bazil Rathbone series (and even Jeremy Brett), i note that review was back in 09 and 8 episodes were present, as there are now 24, i'm hopeing the missing episodes will get uploaded soon, thanks again
September 5, 2010
I have made the corrections to the credits.
Thank you for catching my error.
September 5, 2010
Sheldon Reynolds did NOT direct, as shown in the credits near the bottom of this page.
February 8, 2010
Agreed -- Excellent
I agree with Dymajet: These are very satisfying episodes in the Holmes genre; well worth watching.
February 26, 2009
Vintage Sherlock Holmes
Classic TV - A must for Holmes Fans
this site introduced me to Ronald Howard as Sherlock Holmes and I shall be for ever grateful. After watching the eight episodes available here, I treated myself to all 37 episodes made on a DVD collection!!
The TV series was never shown in the UK until a few years ago when a satellite channel called Bonanza continually repeated 8 episodes on a daily basis before going bust, They have recently reappeared as the Young@heart channel, repeating the same 8 episodes.
Howard is excellent as Holmes and his Dr Watson is almost as funny as Nigel Bruce was with Basil Rathbone. Archie Duncan (Little John from the 50s British Robin Hood TV series) plays a brilliant, if somewhat grumpy, Inspector Lestrade. The story lines are a little stilted and very dated but all in all, these shows are television history at its best.